MBBS Full FormThe Full form of MBBS is Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. MBBS is the professional undergraduate medical degree awarded by medical schools and universities in medicine and surgery. As the name suggest, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery are two separate degrees however, in practice they are combine in one domain and are awarded together. Including the duration of the internship, the duration of the MBBS course is five or six years. The students who have studied Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English in the higher secondary level are eligible to appear for this course. It is regarded as one of the top most courses in the world and after pursuing MBBS, a person is legally become a medical practitioner by profession. It’s a very long study which requires a lot of skill and patience. Being a doctor is one of the noblest professions. It is not easy to become a doctor, one has to go uphill to crack competitive exams. In India, there are lakhs of medical aspirants every year who compete for best medical colleges.
MBBS: Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (Latin: Medicinae Baccalaureus, Baccalaureus Chirurgiae), are the two first professional undergraduate medical degree. It is awarded by medical schools and universities in medical and surgery. As the name suggest they are two separate degree however, in practice they are treated as one and awarded together. The time duration of MBBS course is five or six years.
Candidate must have passed 10+2 Science stream with Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects, from a recognized board. Minimum aggregate marks required in PCB subjects- 50%. Minimum marks scored in Biology subject- 50%. Note: Minimum marks criteria may vary (usually around 50% marks).
Age: The candidates should have completed 17 years of age on or before 31st day of December of the year of admission.
Candidate must also have taken part in medical entrance examination organized by State or Central Government.
for entrance exams, you can appear for :
AIIMS Entrance Exams – All India Institute of Medical Science Entrance Exam
AIPMT- All India –Pre Medical/ Pre Dental Entrance Exam
AIMS- Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences
AFMC- Armed Forces Medical College exam
AIPGDET - All India Post Graduate Dental Entrance Test
AIPGMET - All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test
AIPVT - All India Pre Veterinary TestAIPGMEE - All India Post Graduate Medical/Dental Entrance Exam
All India Common Entrance Exam, Vinayaka Mission University
All India common Entrance test, Dr. DY Patil Medical College.
AMU Medical Entrance Exam
BLDE University under graduate entrance Test
DUMET - Delhi University Medical/ Dental Entrance test
DUPGMET - Delhi University Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test
DUSET- Delhi University Super- speciality Entrance Test
Haryana PMT -Haryana Pre- Medical Test
HP CPMT - Himachal Pradesh Combined Pre Medical Entrance Test HP CPMT Medical Entrance Exam
JIPMER - Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education and Research
KLE UGAIET / PGAIET - KLE University Under Graduate/Post Graduate All India Entrance Test
KEAM- Kerala Entrance Exam (MBBS, BDS, http://BV.Sc AND AH)
Medical Entrance Exams in Delhi
Medical entrance examinations in Andhra Pradesh
MP DMAT - All India Dental & Medical Admission Test - Madhya Pradesh
PGIMER - Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research
SRM Institute of Science and Technology Medical Entrance Exam.
UPCAT/ UPCMET/UPCPMT – Uttar Pradesh Medical Entrance Exams
Some Private Universities have their own entrance tests (example- Manipal University).
On Successfully completing the exams. You will be able to do your MBBS.
Merit based admission process is followed in case of all institutes. Deserving candidates are allotted seats based on merit marks obtained by them. Entrance test marks and board examination marks are combined to create a ‘merit score’.
Candidates may also make use of NRI quota and donation seats to secure admission by paying money. Many private colleges have a certain percentage of seats reserved under ‘NRI’ and ‘Donation’ quotas!